Strong Representation For Medication And Pharmacy Errors
Whether you are receiving medication in a hospital after a procedure or filling a prescription at your local pharmacy, you rely on medical professionals for an error-free experience. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for patients to receive the wrong medication or an incorrect dosage. If you or a loved one was a victim of pharmacy negligence, contact our firm as soon as possible.
At Glass & Tabor, in Norman, our pharmacy errors attorneys have extensive experience guiding injured clients through the legal process. If you were injured or suffered a worsening condition due to the negligence of a medical professional, you might be entitled to recover monetary compensation for lost wages, medical treatment, and pain and suffering. We can explain your options following medication mistakes.
We Are Well-Respected For Our Results-Driven Representation
Our lawyers have earned reputations for their dedication to obtaining the best possible results. We prepare every case for trial, which is often strong leverage in negotiations. However, we never fear taking a case to trial when it serves the goals and best interests of our clients. We understand the worry and concern that follow a worsening condition or a negative reaction to medication. We will consult with you at every stage to ensure that you receive personalized and strategic representation.
Pharmacist Negligence Attorneys In Cleveland County Serving Oklahoma
Medication errors can result from numerous factors, including:
- Giving the wrong medication
- Giving the right medication in the wrong dosage
- Failing to recognize allergies
- Failing to note contraindications
- Failing to monitor negative effects
- Failing to treat patients’ concerns seriously
- Inability to read doctors’ notes
If you need a skilled lawyer, contact our office. We are prepared to represent you whether your case is against a doctor, nurse, emergency room staff or pharmacist. Let us help you hold the responsible party accountable for his or her actions.